TERMS TO KNOW

TERMS TO KNOW - TERMS TO KNOW PROGRESSIVE BUNDLE SYSTEM one...

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TERMS TO KNOW PROGRESSIVE BUNDLE SYSTEM: one group does sleeves, another group does something else; more efficient that straight-line system where one person excelled in one thing; if one person was absent, production could still continue RTW: apparel Ready To Where; quick clothes that were ready to wear; due to price/cost driven market JOBBERS: dominated the distribution of dry goods to general stores; could ride train into a town with a trunk of samples and catalogs; risk of losing shipments was reduced; stores didn’t to carry such a large inventory; helped to cut costs; ex. Field, Leiter and Company SWEAT SHOPS: congestion, unsanitary quarters, lack of restriction on child labor, absolutely unregulated hours, and miserable pay combined to create a condition which endangers the lives not only of their worker, but of the purchasers of their products GREIGE GOODS: unfinished cloth SUPPLY CHAIN: entire network of entities, directly or indirectly interlinked and
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course TAM 217 taught by Professor Hodge during the Spring '08 term at N.C. State.

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